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I just saved 400 bucks a year by switching to GEICO. For realzies this time. Progressive wanted to raise my rates by more than $100/year, for no discernable reason. I tried esurance, but they wanted almost $1400 per friggin year (what). Erin esurance isn't that hot of a cartoon character. In the end the stack of money with googly eyes and trance-mix Jermaine Jackson won me over (okay, it was the price).

My dog decided to render my rug and carpet and security deposit utterly null and void this week, so I am having steam cleaners come in (again). I don't know if I'll get another dog after this one. I just don't know if I can handle it, honestly.

Apparently I didn't cash my first paycheck at UMaryland a year and a half ago, and the lady asked me if I wanted my money. I almost said no, because I honestly think that either they won't give it to me anyway and I don't have the time or energy to jump through hoops, even for several hundred bucks. I just don't care.

The only good news I know of is the scientific section of the new stimulus package (almost $18billion for 'research'). That's good, and maybe it will motivate me to finish my grant application. We'll see.



Feb. 19th, 2009 05:41 pm (UTC)
State Farm was also a little higher than Geico, and geico's nat'l... plus the gecko talks, man, he talks!!

Actually I got rid of collision some time ago and only had liability, underinsured, PIP, and comprehensive, so I kept all those again and didn't get collision. I dunno if I need collision on my old-ass truck. But I priced it and even with it it was still much cheaper than my old one w/o it, so I might get it later if I get paranoid.